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Miles Morgan presents at workshop on the VET Funding Model Review hosted by ACPET

A sincere thanks to Helen McNeill of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) for hosting our team at last Friday’s workshop – we look forward to working with you and your members as part of the VET Funding Model Review.

Read the full article VET Funding Model Review Workshop on the ACPET website.

 

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Miles Morgan’s success in Saudi Arabia’s career education and development framework is showcased by Austrade

We are very excited to have worked in conjunction with the Saudi Arabian Government in the creation and implementation of the Kingdom’s national quality framework for career education and development.

“Our role was to create the quality framework that underpins and shapes the development of local qualifications to better equip Saudi people, especially younger people, with the knowledge and skills to make effective career choices.”

Read the export case study Australian expertise helps enhance Saudi Arabia’s education and training standards on the Austrade website.

To download a PDF version of the export case study click https://www.austrade.gov.au/ArticleDocuments/3393/2016_SuccessStory_Miles-Morgan.pdf.aspx

 

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Miles Morgan invited to speak at joint Australian Government and OECD Workshop

We are really delighted to have been invited to speak at a joint workshop being held by the Australian Department of Education and Training and the OECD. The ‘Engaging Employers in Skills Development for the 21st Century: Joint Australian Government and OECD Workshop’ will be held in Adelaide over 2 to 3 June.

 

Our Managing Director, Barbara Macnish, has been invited to participate in the session Local strategies for improving employer engagement in apprenticeships and other work-based training opportunities. Miles Morgan has recently completed a case study ‘Innovative Approaches to Attracting and Retaining Apprentices in Western Australia’, which focuses on the approach being taken by Australian construction company, the ABN Group, to attract and retain high calibre apprentices and support them on the journey to become small business owners in their own right. 

Miles Morgan is one of only 9 organisations selected globally by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the United Nation’s International Labour Organization (ILO) to write a chapter for a their upcoming publication Engaging Employers in Apprenticeship Opportunities. Our case study ‘Innovative Approaches to Attracting and Retaining Apprentices in Western Australia’ will be feature in this OECD’s upcoming publication. 

 

 

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